The Love Island 2023’s new look villa has been unveiled tonight ahead of next Monday’s launch.
Maya Jama will takeover hosting duties for the new series next week to introduce us to the fresh batch of sexy singletons on the latest Love Island cast.
The new line up are all in search of the getaway of their lives, with passion, romance and drama from the outset.
For the new winter series they’ll be heading to a luxury villa in sunny South Africa.
The glam home features the usual Love Island villa amenities including a gym, outdoor kitchen, pools and stunning views.
There’s plenty of beds inside, outside and in the hideaway plus a secret tree house getaway. Finally, of course, there’s the Beach Hut where Islanders can come to let off steam and open up about their true feelings to camera.
The new Love Island contestants will move in this weekend ahead of Monday’s launch show.
However they should be braced for a bombshell whenever Maya drops in – she will be appearing in the villa throughout the series to deliver shock announcements and surprise twists that are guaranteed to test relationships in the islanders’ passion-fuelled paradise to the max.
Maya says of hosting the new series “I’ve been a fan for years. It was the first reality show, other than Big Brother, that I made sure I was back at a certain time to watch and all my friends and family were speaking about. Everyone gets involved, everyone has opinions – from the older people in your family to the younger ones.
“It’s just fun, it’s fun to see how people play out in different situations and wonder what you would do if you were in the same position. Most of us have had a bit of a holiday romance before and it’s like watching that on telly.”
Love Island starts on ITV2 and ITVX at 9PM, Monday, 16 January and continues nightly.
Once again the main series will again be accompanied by weekly spin-off show, Love Island: Aftersun, on Sunday nights.